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TANcast 203 – You’re Boring The Audience

June 19th, 2012 . by Tim Babb (TANcast's #1 Host/Editor Fan)

This week, the boys talk Prometheus, Nazis, Sunburns, Andy’s fucking kid, and they try to come up with a Better movie than 1997’s Batman and Robin.

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10 Responses to “TANcast 203 – You’re Boring The Audience”

  1. Chelsea Says:

    This brought back bad memories of my sister and I in the theater seeing the trailer for “Batman & Robin” seeing the casting being announced and saying (out loud) “Dream God, nnnnnoooooooooooo……” Yeah I like Silverstone, but Batgirl? BATGIRL?! REALLY? There’s a reason why there has not been a reboot on for that character.

  2. Chelsea Says:

    Also something completely random but, Andrew Scott’s character in ‘Sherlock” ( Jim Moriarty ) would be a perfect Joker or Riddler, just completely insanely crazy.

  3. Luke (TANcast's #1 Irish fan) Says:

    Haven’t listened to the episode yet but I will be soon. My final exam (and technically my final day in school before College in September) is tomorrow morning and there’s no better way to celebrate being out of that place than with some TANcast fuck-tardery!

    P.S. the episode title and artwork has me laughing already.

  4. Jesus #1 Fucking Pie Dream Killer Says:

    You know what guys, let me get in on this if I may. First off, I would see Andy’s version, it sounds more like a fan boy film, especially that ending. Any way, if you ask me, and I know nobody did, but hey, if you listen to the Republicans, I’m Mexican, it’s what I do, I steal things that don’t belong to me, I might even be illegal.

    Anyway, my version. We open with the end of the original Batman, the Joker is revealed to have used a double to escape and took on the Red Hood identity. Years later, Batman and Robin enter to take down the Red Hood, who had just killed the parents of a young Jason Todd. During the battle, the Hood plays off of Batman and Robin’s differences and weaknesses and effectively tears them apart. Dick goes to Bludhaven and takes on the mantel of Nightwing and Bruce takes in the now orphaned Todd while the Red Hood escapes. Another cut and Arkham shrink Harleen Quinzel is in a session with new inmate Arnold Wesker, a mob prince, drug lord, and failed ventriloquist who suffers from D.I.D. Wesker is obsessed with Qunizel, who turns out to be the illegitimate daughter of the Joker who uses the prison to find goons for her father’s need.
    Long story short, the Red Hood, now revealed to be the Joker, kills Jason Todd, now Robin. Another year jump and Batman is working alone when a new Red Hood is mimicking him, but with deadly results. The Joker, Harley, and the Ventriloquist team up to take over Gotham and finally end the Batman. The new Red Hood is revealed to be Jason, and Bruce sucks it up and asks both of his sons to help him save his city. In the end, the Joker finally dies, Harley gets away, Scarface, made from an old gallows in Arkham’s museum, is destroyed, and Wesker is back in Arkham, making a new Scarface. Bruce continues to guard Gotham, Dick returns to Bludhave, but with a better relationship with his adoptive father, and Jason continues as the Red Hood working both sides and takes in a young girl, who he gives the name Scarlett. Tim Burton returns to direct, Batman is still played by Clooney, Michael Gough is still Alfred, Josh Hartnett makes his big screen debut as Jason Todd, and you know what, screw it, I was kid in 97, this was one of the few actors I knew at the time, Jason David Frank as Nightwing, yeah, the Green Power Ranger, a full on martial artist, and now MMA figther as Nightwing. Bob Marley, the actor/comedian, as Wesker, even voicing Scarface, who is a sort of clockwork robot. Jackie comes back as the Joker, and Famke Janssen as Harley Quinn.

  5. Andy (TANcast's #1 Ear-Rapist) Says:

    @Chelsea: Riddler, if Nolan makes a 4th film in the series.

  6. Chelsea Says:

    @Andy I’m still annoyed that Joker & Harvey Dent were killed off, I felt Nolan could have experimented so much more with those two characters.

  7. Justin (TANcast's #1 Justin-flavored fan) Says:

    @Andy, @Chelsea — I remember a few years ago, after The Dark Knight had been released, when David Tennant said during an interview or something that he would love to play The Riddler. I first saw him on Doctor Who, but I’ve also seen him creepy and sadistic in “Secret Smile”, and I think he would’ve been a fucking BRILLIANT Riddler — calculating, little bit crazy and creepy. If Nolan could be talked into a fourth Batflick, that would be my dream casting. And Stana Katic as Talia al’Ghul.

    As far as the three film selections, all of them sound good. I’d probably want to see Tim’s most, but if I had millions of dollars, I’d fund all three. Because, dammit, they all sound fun.

  8. Jesus #1 Fucking Pie Dream Killer Says:

    So, I can’t remember if there was anything in the show saying if there was one this week, I hope that everything is ok with the boys and their families, so I’m just going to assume the delay is because Tim’s going back to Wipeout for the Beauty and the Geek special.

  9. Tim Babb (TANcast's #1 Host/Editor Fan) Says:

    Sorry Jesus. We posted once on Twitter but we are off this week.

  10. Jesus #1 Fucking Pie Dream Killer Says:

    Oh, well then that’s a relief. You get so wrapped in your routines one change messes things up.

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